Facebook bid to help SMEs in Thailand

With the high rate of mobile-device usage among Thais, more businesses were turning to Facebook to drive their strategies. -The Nation/ANN

Budget 2015: Families can help housewives 'reap benefits' from CPF

More e-learning options that stay-home mothers can access from home, so that they can keep their skills updated. -My Paper

1 in 10 flats resold within a year after reaching 5-year MOP

This is in contrast to 2013, when only 5.5 per cent of flats were resold within a year of reaching the MOP. -My Paper

Live in style and harmony

A new book celebrates sustainable living by featuring 26 homes in Singapore. -ST

Fine art of taxation, a la S’pore and HK

But other factors matter to investors, talent too: Experts -ST

Training providers expect higher demand for courses

Boost likely with SkillsFuture push, but experts warn quality could suffer. -ST

'Even at 80, you can learn with SkillsFuture Credit'

Over $1 billion a year from now till 2020 will be poured into continued education under Budget 2015's SkillsFuture plan. -ST

Home vacancy rates ‘may reach new highs’

Redas chief warns of falling prices with new properties set to hit market. -ST

China manufacturing shrinks again in February: Govt

China's manufacturing activity contracted for the 2nd straight month, highlighting weakness in the key sector as China's economic growth slows. -AFP

This year's best performing stock market is…Russia

The country's benchmark stock index has surged almost 27 per cent in the year-to-date. -CNBC

Apple's record close brings market cap to $775B

Apple's stock on Monday closed at a record, rising more than 2.7 percent to $133, and hitting a market cap of nearly $775 billion. -CNBC

Singapore Budget 2015: Personal income tax rebate of 50 per cent to benefit 1.5 million taxpayers

The cap has been set at S$1,000 to ensure that the benefits go mainly to the middle and upper-middle income groups. -BT

Singapore Budget 2015: Govt spending to hit 5-yr average of 19% of GDP

This is about 1 per cent of GDP higher than the revenues that Singapore has today, he said. -BT

Singapore Budget 2015: Foreign maid levy concession halved to $60 from May 2015

The changes to the levy will provide support for middle-income families that are taking care of their children and elderly parents. -BT

Singapore Budget 2015: Fees for national exams waived in Govt-funded schools

Singaporean students aged seven to 16 will receive an additional $150 top-up to their Edusave accounts on top of the annual contribution of up to $240. -AsiaOne



He’s got the right moves for the job

With all the aplomb of a musical conductor, the 71-year-old guides the flow of pedestrians and vehicles in and out of Century Square's carpark as if they were orchestra members awaiting his cue. -ST

SME Central

'Pull through' strategy can put SMEs on world stage

The mega-mergers taking place this year will accelerate the transformation of the Singapore economy and deepen its footprint in Asia. -ST
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